Ariana Grande updates Japanese tattoo, still can't get it right

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande

Princess Nokia herself even addressed Grande about the eerie similarity between "7 Rings" and the song "Mine" off her own mixtape 1992 in a since-deleted social media post.

Ariana Grande recently revealed her "7 rings"-inspired Japanese tattoo, only to be told it actually spelled out the name of a small charcoal barbecue".

The singer also shared a screenshot of her conversation with her Japanese tutor who was faced with the very hard task of changing "BBQ Grill" to "7 Rings". She then went back and tried to fix it but instead just made it more hilarious.

Grande, 25, had posted a now-deleted photo of the new body art on Instagram before her fans pointed out the spelling error.

A BuzzFeed Japan reporter was quick to point out that with the new characters added it now reads: "Japanese barbecue finger". Thanks to my tutor for helping me to fix and to [tattoo artist Kane Navasard] for being a legend.

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2 Chainz doesn't say anything revelatory on the "7 Rings" remix, though I do like this line: "See, you didn't expect this, you think like a robot / I put bands in your face like Botox".

However, the new symbol has been added underneath the character for seven, rather than in-between and above the original inking. Behold, the 2 Chainz-featuring "7 rings" Remix below.

However, according to one Twitter use, it's in the way you read it. "Miss u man. i actually really like u", the "Sweetener" star quipped in an Instagram Story with a shot of some new symbols scrawled on her palm.

While the tattoo is likely to fade away after some time due to its location, it appears Ariana will be stuck with her beloved "tiny charcoal grill" for a bit longer.

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